Saturday, April 2, 2016

Jasmine #58 & Butter Cup #32

This afternoon we had some special deliveries! First off We were on a Mission today to go to a one day fiber festival in Bowling Green Ohio.  About 2 1/2 hours away.  I was up bright (well still dark out) and early at 3:30am to go out and check on everyone and give some hay.  Then into the house and consume some coffee before starting our day.
The purpose of going to the Fiber Event was to deliver 57 pounds of wool to the Woolen Mill for processing.  They said  they would have it done and would bring it back to the Great Lakes Fiber Show! The end of May.  Yeah!  Can't wait.

As soon as I got home I went out to the barn to check the girls, knowing that we would have someone delivering. 

Butter Cup, above a Moorit based Katmoget, Duroy daughter was bred to my young black ram #115, we've not committed to his name yet.  Who has an amazing fleece.
She delivered to beautiful little ram lamb.

If you click on the photo you should be able to make the pic. larger.
You can see he has a very crimpy fleece, he also has some white hairs on his forehead and hornbuds.

Jasmine also had delivered these two beautiful little ewes a little earlier as they were already dry and had nursed.  A grey Katmoget on the right and a Black krunet with some white socks.
Better seen in the picture below.
Jasmine is a GrandLuxe daughter that was bred to an AG Grey ram #26

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